Inmates gain pride from helping others
Contributor(s):: Tsimekles, Diane
2008 SNRS abstracts
Face flies ( Musca autumnalis De Geer) and the behavior of grazing beef cattle
| Contributor(s):: Dougherty, C. T., Knapp, F. W., Burrus, P. B., Willis, D. C., Bradley, N. W.
Zero, 400 or 800 laboratory-reared adult face flies (Musca autumnalis De Geer), which had been deprived of nutrients and water for 12 h, were released in large (5 m x 5 m x 2 m) screened enclosures each containing one tethered adult Angus beef cow (Bos taurus) grazing tall fescue (Festuca...
Multiple releases of stable flies ( Stomoxys calcitrans L.) and behaviour of grazing beef cattle
| Contributor(s):: Dougherty, C. T., Knapp, F. W., Burrus, P. B., Willis, D. C., Cornelius, P. L., Bradley, N. W.
A change-over statistical design with complete balance of first residual effects was used with a tethered grazing technique to evaluate the effects of arthropod ectoparasites on the behaviour of adult Angus beef cows (Bos taurus; body weight (BW), 465+or-30 kg) grazing vegetative tall fescue...
Pets go to college: the influence of pets on students' perceptions of faculty and their offices
| Contributor(s):: Wells, M., Perrine, R.
The present study examined the effects of the presence of a pet in a professor's office on college students' perceptions of the office and the professor. Students (n=257) were randomly assigned to view a slide of an office that contained either a dog, a cat, or no animal. Students perceived the...